Today’s oyster (from Carlingford).
Getting ready to chat on the @Boagworld podcast in ten minutes. You can listen live here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/s23e08
I spent most of my time last week at CERN making this colliderscopic timeline:
Here’s the backstory on how and why I built it:
It was great to see Jean-François again after a gap of a mere twelve years.
Exhausted but happy after an intense but thoroughly enjoyable week at @CERN hacking with @Rem, @MarkBoulton, @JohnAllsopp, @ObiWanKimberley, @CraigMod, @Chiteri, @Gericci, and @BrianSuda.
Demo time with @rem.
Hey @ArielWaldman, we’ve got four @ScienceHackDay organisers in one place here at CERN!
Marking up (and styling) an interactive timeline that looks good in a modern browser and still works in the first ever web browser.
Aboveground at CERN.
Checked in at CERN Restaurant 1. with brian, Remy, Craig
Where the web was born.
Looking at my website on the very first browser! 🤯
HTML is resilient AF!
Perspectives on data storage.